Don Bank is a remarkable mid-19th century timber slab cottage that survives with its garden amidst North Sydney’s bustle and high-rise office buildings. Now on the NSW State Heritage Register, it was saved from the bulldozer by community support and opened as a museum in 1981.
Set in the heart of North Sydney, Don Bank Cottage is the oldest wooden house in North Sydney. It is a unique historical space available for hire by community groups and is perfect for art groups, music and film societies or play reading.
The following groups currently meet at the museum:
• Tables and folding /plastic chairs
• Wheelchair accessible toilet
• TV and DVD player
• Loading dock
• Modern kitchen
• Flexible room/seating arrangements
Mon – Fri: $17.50p/h
Sat – Sun: $22.50p/h
First session free for new community groups
Mon – Fri: $30p/h
Sat – Sun: $40p/h
Flat fee negotiable for regular hirers.
Where to find us:
6 Napier Street, North Sydney NSW 2060
The museum is located in the heart of the North Sydney CBD, less than ten minutes walk from North Sydney Railway Station and is also close to bus stops on Miller Street and Pacific Highway.
For more information:
Download an information pack (6MB).
For bookings, contact Stanton Library
Ph: 9936 8400